Medicine: B. M. A.

The meeting which the British Medical Association conducted in London last fortnight was that body's 100th. But save for a "pilgrimage" to Worcester where a group unveiled a memorial window in Worcester Cathedral and a plaque on the home of the late Sir Charles Hastings, B. M. A. founder, speakers in the main refrained from historical palaver. Professor Julian Sorell Huxley told about the "Biology of Human Nature.'' The Prince of Wales attended the Centenary Dinner in Albert Hall, sat close to his personal physician...

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